Migos Hit With $1 Million Lawsuit from Stylist
Migos are on top of the world right now, but a stylist claims they have sticky fingers when it comes to designer gear.
Marcus Clark, a stylist for Niykee Heaton’s “Bad Intentions” video, has slapped the rap trio with a lawsuit claiming they stole $20,000 worth of clothes from the video shoot last year.
According to Clark’s suit (via TMZ), Migos allegedly swiped three Enfants Riches Déprimés shirts worth $18,138, and two pairs of vintage sunglasses (Versace and Les Copains) worth $700. As TMZ points out, the taxes alone for the shirts came to be over $1,600.
The stylist claims that he contacted the “Bad and Boujee” artists several time to retrieve the shirts but haven’t gotten a reply. The closest he got was a text from Migos’ manager saying “That’s over wit.”
Clark is so angry over the situation that he’s suing for the pricey clothes and he’s seeking over $1 million in damages. That’s a lot of Deadz! See what we did there?
Reps for Migos had no comments on the matter. We included Niykee Heaton's video below as evidence.